The STEM Learning Project is a Department of Education Initiative. It has been established to deliver a range of innovative Western Australian Curriculum resources to generate students’ interest, enjoyment and engagement with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
The resources will support teachers to implement interdisciplinary STEM teaching and develop the General Capabilities from Kindergarten to Year 12, and will be available from the Department of Education’s portal.
The STEM Learning Project is managed by a consortium comprising the Educational Computing Association of WA (ECAWA), the Mathematical Association of WA (MAWA), the Science Teachers Association of WA (STAWA) and Scitech.
The consortium has formed a Project Control Group comprising representatives of the consortium members, with Professor Mark Hackling as the Chair.
The STEM Learning Project is based on partnerships with schools and co-creation practices that draw on the expertise of Western Australian school teachers.
Find out more about the STEM Learning Project see http://stemlearning.org.au/